- The 21st Annual Festival of Independent Theatres continues this weekend. Six theatre companies are staging plays at the Bathhouse Cultural Center along with something new this year – two brand new cabaret acts. You only have this weekend and the next to see new and innovative works being produced in our region.
- In Richardson, five actors star in a revue-type production pay tribute to and reinvent classic jokes and comedic bits. Don’t miss “Old Jews Telling Jokes” at the Eisemann Center.
- A bachelor’s life is turned upside down when the three women he’s dating come to town on the same day in the play “Boeing, Boeing.” Catch performances throughout the weekend at the Irving Arts Center, presented by MainStage Irving-Las Colinas.
- Pack your picnic basket and head to the Dallas Arboretum for a Saturday afternoon of music in the garden. The event, Satur-daze, is organized and curated by Top Ten Records and features some of the city’s best deejays spinning music that’s meant to compliment the landscape.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.